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1. | Aug 5, 2014
IbzKFP A big thank you for your blog post.Really thank you! Really Great.
2. | Jun 3, 2014
Hi John, I've read your books and some of your blog articles and vidoes. Needless to say I'm very impressed by the results, and the changes you have experienced really shine through, even in your writing. But for me the most important question is not the degree to which we can effect changes if we hook a brain up to TMS, but the degree to which we can make lasting changes which are sustainable.I am sure the findings are very important to understanding autism, but what practical implications are there for us? I don't think there is going to be a pocket-TMS out anytime soon, and by the looks of it (please correct me if I'm wrong) this research is not going to find out how to make changes stick anytime soon.So even though this is very exiting news and I love to hear about research in this area, for now it seems it's more of a window to a reality that could-have-been and a kick in the nuts.Kind Regards
3. | Jan 23, 2014
Isn't this what the concept of "labels" and/or "tags" is suepospd to do? To save you some work in the future, if you do some consolidation posts like this of links of yours and others (which has merit and is easy for the readers) you should make a special tag like "TMS Summaries" or something like that and then you can just send people to the link that "label" and it's one stop shopping. And it's like you aren't going to all of a sudden stop posting about TMS... There's an IMAX movie about The Brain and it follows one of the Tour De France cyclist who had a head injury and some of the things with neurons firing and stuff like that. Not only is it about the brain, but it's also about mechanical objects with wheels that help people propel themselves with a velocity greater than what they can achieve as an individual.
4. | Jan 22, 2014
Hi John, I've read your books and some of your blog articles and viodes. Needless to say I'm very impressed by the results, and the changes you have experienced really shine through, even in your writing. But for me the most important question is not the degree to which we can effect changes if we hook a brain up to TMS, but the degree to which we can make lasting changes which are sustainable.I am sure the findings are very important to understanding autism, but what practical implications are there for us? I don't think there is going to be a pocket-TMS out anytime soon, and by the looks of it (please correct me if I'm wrong) this research is not going to find out how to make changes stick anytime soon.So even though this is very exiting news and I love to hear about research in this area, for now it seems it's more of a window to a reality that could-have-been and a kick in the nuts.Kind Regards
5. | Dec 16, 2013
Isn't this what the concept of "labels" and/or "tags" is suspoped to do? To save you some work in the future, if you do some consolidation posts like this of links of yours and others (which has merit and is easy for the readers) you should make a special tag like "TMS Summaries" or something like that and then you can just send people to the link that "label" and it's one stop shopping. And it's like you aren't going to all of a sudden stop posting about TMS... There's an IMAX movie about The Brain and it follows one of the Tour De France cyclist who had a head injury and some of the things with neurons firing and stuff like that. Not only is it about the brain, but it's also about mechanical objects with wheels that help people propel themselves with a velocity greater than what they can achieve as an individual.
6. | Dec 14, 2013
TRM This sounds like an open-source TMS pjcerot. That's probably why it's called Open-rTMS Project. The God Helmet' uses EEG traces derived from deep brain structures. The Open-rTMS Project claims only to be working on research similar to Persinger's, and plans to integrate with openEEG. There are commercially available versions of Persinger’s technologies, but these are not open-source. Yep, and one of them is linked to from the Open-rTMS Project web site. Do more homework. Read before you comment.
7. | Dec 13, 2013
Sure, pay for the visit out of pocket, inasted of using insurance. The policyholder (your father) will get an explanation of benefits, showing the doctor charge. If you're NOT a dependent of your father, you should have your OWN coverage. As long as he's covering you and both of you are agreeing that you are his dependent (otherwise, you wouldn't be using HIS insurance!), he's entitled to this info.
8. | Jul 4, 2013
The God Helmet is not TMS. TMS uses trains' for it's siangls, and the God Helmet uses EEG traces derived from deep brain structures. The field strength is also very different. TMS uses static magnetic fields, and the God Helmet does not. This sounds like an open-source TMS project. Do more homework. There are commercially available versions of Persinger's technologies, but these are not open-source.
9. | Jul 2, 2013
In reply to your question.Nope, it was not the trunk of a PhillyCarShare car.It was the trunk of my car.We are not a one car or zero car heslohoud yet.Here is a few magnificent ideas:- Provide canvas grocery bags in every PhillyCarShare car.- Another suggestion for Michael Nutter, the new Mayor of Philadelphia: create a car commuter tax (as London did) and exempt from the tax every heslohoud that either does own a car and uses services like PhillyCarShare or that is downsizing to one car.
10. | Jun 30, 2013
έψαξα και σου βρήκα και αυτό που σίγουρα θα σου φανεί πολύ ενδιαφέρον: "Within the last five years, researchers have found rTMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) usufel in treating conditions as varied as depression, epilepsy and stuttering. As a potential therapy, it is valued for being painless and non-invasive, as well as being effective in cases that don't respond to drugs. In 2000, Yale University School of Medicine researchers found rTMS reduced auditory hallucinations in schizophrenics, a group notoriously difficult to treat with conventional medicine. But some of the most promising applications of TMS have less to do with treating disease than with unlocking the brain's potential.Recently, in early 2002, researchers at the Centre of the Mind in Sydney, Australia successfully used TMS to increase creativity in a group of 17 volunteers. The team used brief, low-frequency signals to recreate the same "brain weather" observed in autistic savants (creative geniuses like Dustin Hoffman's character in Rain Man). Within 15 minutes, the subjects were drawing better than they ever could before. Further experiments could prove that anyone has the potential to become a creative genius with just the flick of a switch. ΣΗΜΕΙΩΣΗ ΝΑ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΚΑΝΑΔΟΙ ΠΟΥ ΑΝΑΦΕΡΘΗΚΑ: Pioneering TMS researcher Michael Persinger, a neuropsychologist at Canada's Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, is doing even more astounding work. By stimulating specific areas in the right hemisphere of the brain, he is able to induce mystical states of consciousness, giving some subjects the experience of encountering God.In scientific terminology, he uses a specific, precisely timed, repetitive signal - one dubbed the "Thomas Pulse" - to create a "sensed presence" in the test subject's brain. Some volunteers have reported feelings of pleasant detachment, while others have broken into a panic, convinced the test chamber is "hexed". And some have had direct experience of the divine.Persinger is convinced that naturally occurring electromagnetic fluctuations could be responsible for paranormal experiences like ghosts, UFOs and mystical apparitions. Some have argued, on the basis of Persinger's work, that religion itself could be electromagnetic in origin - and the transcendent experiences like those recounted by saints and mystics can be recreated with electromagnetic pulses in his laboratory.Περισσότερα links:
11. | Jun 30, 2013
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13. | Jun 11, 2013
Sure, pay for the visit out of pocket, iteasnd of using insurance. The policyholder (your father) will get an explanation of benefits, showing the doctor charge. If you're NOT a dependent of your father, you should have your OWN coverage. As long as he's covering you and both of you are agreeing that you are his dependent (otherwise, you wouldn't be using HIS insurance!), he's entitled to this info.
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17. | May 28, 2013
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18. | May 24, 2013
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19. | May 17, 2013
Rodney is afraid of his own party As was pntoied out by Rep. Lance in a recent Star Ledger Article he [Lance] was told they (The R's) would find someone to run against him in next years primary. And I would bet Rodney has been told the same thing toe the line and speak only the talking points. Too bad. Rodney and the rest of the R's are quoting statistics provided by Heritage Foundation (very Right Wing Conservative and another is a subsidiary of United Health, no bias there)We need a public option and we should be looking at the approach used by Germany, or France, or the Swiss. No one in those countries go without heath coverage, no one dies because of a lack of insurance (45,000 in U.S. every year according to Harvard Study and Journal of Medicine, no one files for bankruptcy because of medical costs (700,000 plus in this Country every year).The free market [the question here is what free market when it comes to the health insurance market ; Adam Smith is laughing at us from the grave) has done damage to the country. The R's should be worried as the cost of insurance pushes jobs over seas or if the company can't move operations over seas then they just reduce or in many cases just drops the health insurance coverage. Then again as long as their (The R's) major contributors and the Chamber of Commerce is happy they don't really care. For 60-years , since Truman ,. who had started to push for universal health in 1947/48, the R's and the insurance industry have blocked any attempt to level the playing field. And today they the insurance companies are fat , dumb and happy with their ever expanding profits. Now if they could only figure out how to cut back on Medicare or even eliminate it they could die happy.The question is what type of country or society do we want to live in? The other major industrial counties in the world made that moral decision years ago now can we make the same moral decision and then move forward with a fair and equitable plan that protect not only those who can afford to pay but also the weakest and poorest in our society. I wonder if Rodney has the stomach or the courage to do just that and not worry about the next election or what his party thinks.